It’s likely to get very windy tomorrow in Muskoka.

Environment Canada meteorologists suggest the windy weather will move into the district on Tuesday, caused by a low-pressure system coming into the province. This is likely to cause wind gusts to get up to 90 km/h in areas like Port Carling and Port Severn, but Muskokans across the district can expect to feel some extra gusts as well.

The weather service is waiting until it has more details on the gusty forecast before issuing wind warnings for the area. Strong winds have the possibility to knock down large branches and small trees and bring down hydro lines. Residents in Muskoka should be prepared for outages as a windstorm in September knocked out power to thousands of customers.

The strong winds are expected to stretch into Wednesday morning before dying out.

The MyMuskokaNow Newsroom will keep you updated on this possible wind storm as more details become available.